Are the Key JFK Files Already Destroyed?

October 7, 2013 Independent Press 0

The short answer is no. The keys files have been in the public domain for decades, they’ve simply been suppressed or “debunked” by media assets.

The most sensitive CIA/FBI/ONI papers pertaining to John F. Kennedy’s assassination were sealed by Johnson until 2039, and are probably missing or destroyed already– if what happened to the Los Angeles Police Department’s files on Robert Kennedy is any guide.

It Was Johnson

October 3, 2013 Independent Press 0

The Copy Cat Crime: Andrew Johnson and Lyndon B. Johnson On January 23, 1923, William J. Burns, by then the acting director of the Department of […]

Martin Luther King, Jr. at Grace Cathedral

September 12, 2013 Independent Press 1

In 1965, as a part of the Festival of Grace, celebrating the 1964 completion and consecration of Grace Cathedral, Bishop James Pike invited Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to visit and preach at Grace Cathedral. Dr. King accepted and the date was set; March 28th, the fourth Sunday of Lent.

JFK, MLK, RFK

September 5, 2013 Independent Press 0

He had his head blown off, his skull exploding into a pink mist…. it replays in my mind constantly, so many years later. I saw that the authorities not only allowed it to happen but facilitated it. I saw that “Bonesmen” had done obscene and unspeakable things to his body. I saw his killers gloat openly that no one would ever find out what happen, but so many of us knew

New JFK documents raise questions about medical evidence

August 7, 2013 Independent Press 1

The conflicting testimony caused Douglas Horne, chief analyst for military records, to conclude in a 32-page memo that two separate brain exams may have been conducted, "contrary to the official record as it has been presented to the American people." "If true, Dr. Finck's account of a brain exam separate and distinct from the first one would mean that Drs. Humes and Boswell were present at two different brain exams," he writes.

LBJ Reloaded

April 15, 2013 Independent Press 0

Every element of this game is based on actual events and political realities as they existed between 1963-1973. In painstaking detail, this game teaches players how Lyndon Baines Johnson assumed power by coup and in doing so, examines the national consequences of JFK’s assassination 40 plus years later.

RFK Eulogy by Ted Kennedy, 1968

March 20, 2013 Independent Press 0

At a time when Sen. Ted Kennedy had just been diagnosed with brain cancer, and Hillary's attempt to win his endorsement failed, she brings up the memory of the Robert F. Kennedy assassination in June of 1968. She is implying, in a thinly veiled threat, that she should stay in the race because Obama might be assassinated as well.

The JFK Assassination: It Was Johnson

March 1, 2013 Independent Press 1

In 1967, Jim Garrison’s case against Clay Shaw wasn’t just about Shaw. Shaw was a way to get to a much larger fish: Johnson. And Johnson knew this. The Garrison case implied Johnson was to blame for Kennedy’s assassination, and the findings in that trial actually helped lead to Johnson’s refusal to run in 1968…despite Shaw’s acquittal. At the time of the assassination and until his death, Johnson was represented by a law firm partnered by Barr McClellan, the author of “Blood, Money & Power: How L.B.J. Killed J.F.K.”. So in terms of credibility, you can’t get a better source: the very lawyers who defended Johnson against accusations of complicity. An interesting quote by the author, Barr McClellan: “When asked if he was concerned for the safety of his twin sons, he said: ‘The Democrats are pretty much out of power, really, in the state of Texas. So…they’re in good shape.'” (Barr McClellan is father of the present White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan)

Jury Finds Conspiracy in MLK Assassination

March 1, 2013 Independent Press 1

Even though the slug that killed King was broken into three pieces, there were enough marks on it to allow a comparison, and that comparison showed the 12 of 18 bullets did not match. Even after a Tennessee jury found the King assassination was the result of a conspiracy and not the act of a lone killer, the Clinton Administration refused to allow James Earl Ray his first trial, a Constitutional right Ray was denied since 1968. When questioning Ray, Dexter King made it clear that he and the King family itself believed James Earl Ray was innocent, and they wanted a trial as he had only a few months to live.